Apr 14, 2023

Panel Discussion: Quantum Advantage for Whom? A global perspective.

Waterloo, Canada
Apr 14, 2023
11:00 am (GMT-05:00)
Scientists and science students
Anna Knörr, on behalf of the Quantum Ethics Project
Type of event:
Online event

National quantum strategies are emerging around globe and will be the focus point of our discussion. We will analyze what makes quantum different in the US, Canada, Brazil, Germany and Switzerland. We will not just ask how we can achieve quantum advantage, but who will have this advantage? How are international relations affected by the current tech race and who will profit from being “first”?

Join us in a virtual panel discussion from 11am-12:30pm (EDT) on Friday, April 14th, featuring not just quantum scientists, but also legal experts, political philosphers and more. Speakers: Mira Luca Wolf-Bauwens (IBM Responsible Quantum Computing Lead), Roger Melko (Professor, University of Waterloo and Perimeter Institute), Cecilia Ayres Peres (PhD student, TU Munich), Tina Dekker (Articling Student, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP), Rodrigo Araiza Bravo (PhD student, Harvard University) and the founder of the QEP Joan Arrow (PhD student, University of Waterloo).

*Disclaimer: The World Quantum Day is not responsible for the accuracy of the information submitted about this event.
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